• Top Places
  • All
2 Ratings
+ Share On... Facebook Twitter


Map & Directions 2601 W. Marina Place (in the Elliott Bay Marina)
Seattle, WA 98199
  • Pacific Northwest
  • Sun 9:30am-10pm, Mon-Thu 11:15am-11pm, Fri 11:15am-12am, Sat 3pm-12am
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Catering, Delivery, Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Private Party, Takeout, Water View, Wheelchair Accessible
  • Brunch, Dinner, Late Night
  • Full bar
  • Recommended, Accepted
  • Free, Lot Available, Valet


Seattle Weekly's Description

Palisade is a great place to take out-of-towners and aged aunties (especially if they're paying): It's got its own inland sea with a bridge, a waterfall, and tide pools, as well as an unbelievable view of the city and the Sound. The menu favors grilling: Try the spit-roasted prime rib and grilled prawns combo, or anything alder- or cedar-planked.

Member Reviews

  • cchilton1 wrote a review for Palisade
    on 04/09/10

    I used to go here for school dances growing up - the ambiance is wonderful with a stream flowing through the restaurant right next to you!

  • harvestr wrote a review for Palisade
    on 07/04/09

    My wife and I eat here every Christmas eve and we enjoy it everytime. The salmon on a cedar plank is awesome. Sunday brunch kicks butt too. The banana macadamia nut pancakes just melt in your mouth. Great place.

Your Review:

Your Rating:


Tips from foursquare

  • The Seattle Times on 05/14/10

    One of the best special-occasion restaurants. Has happy hour, with appetizers like Peking duck confit and lobster/crab dip. Beer, wine and some cocktails cost $4. 3-6pm, 9-11 M-Th, 9-12 F-S, 9-10 Sun

  • Shauna C. on 11/25/10

    The crab cakes are delicious! One of the best dishes in Seattle.

  • Sophia F. on 02/21/10

    the view was awesome and seafood was good

  • Yashar S. on 02/08/11

    The 3 course lunch for $15 is a great deal, but u better be hungry or willing to share

  • Kathryn S. on 09/06/13

    Must have Happy Hour, Kung Pao Calamari

Check out Palisade on Foursquare


More Restaurants in Seattle

  • Revel

    Revel, the new place in Fremont is the food-baby of culinary power couple Rachel Yang and Seif Chichri. They already have a loyal following due to... More on Revel >>

  • LloydMartin
    Queen Anne

    LloydMartin, a thoroughly manly joint named for owner Sam Crannell's grandfathers, is a kind of haute-cuisine hangout, where folks can repair... More on LloydMartin >>

  • Boat Street Cafe and Kitchen

    A fusion of country French bistro and industrial live-work loft, Boat Street CafĂ© hides its many charms (and its romantic... More on Boat Street Cafe and Kitchen >>

  • Canlis
    Queen Anne

    Thoughtfulness is clearly chef Jason Franey's strength. He uses great care and precision to coax the biggest flavors from even the smallest dishes.... More on Canlis >>

  • Matt's in the Market
    Pike Place Market

    Twice as grand as as it used to be, Matt's is still the tiniest great restaurant in Seattle. The chef and staff are your buddies... More on Matt's in the Market >>

  • Branzino

    Branzino comes off like a handsome older man, charming without trying too hard. The upscale Italian restaurant in Belltown is always crowded in... More on Branzino >>

See More Restaurants in Seattle

Reviews and News


More Pacific Northwest Restaurants

Events Nearby

Restaurants Nearby

See More Restaurants